FULL DAY CHARTER $900.00

The full day sport fishing charter scheduled time of departure is 7:00am. However, a late departure time maybe available upon request. This is an eight hour charter. However, it has been known to push into the 9th and 10th hour on occasion if the fishing and weather cooperates. This puts our arrival back to port between 3:00 pm and 5:00pm. These charters give us the best opportunity for targeting fish. When going after blue marlin, striped marlin, short bill marlin, and large tuna time is precious. Getting to the right spot with time to get the right bait in the water by far shows the best outcome. Through out the day when situations arise baits can be switched to give anglers opportunities to catch other species such as mahimahi (dorado), aku (skipjack tuna), shibi (yellowfin under 100 lb.), and Ono (wahoo).

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3/4 DAY CHARTER $725.00

The Three Quarter day sport fishing charter is a six hour charter. The departure time is 7:00 am. This charter is 2 hours longer than the half day and puts your estimated time back in the harbor around 1:00pm. On the Island of Hawaii ours waters get so deep so quick that six and four hour days can still be very productive. When going after blue marlin, striped marlin, short bill marlin, and large tuna time is precious. Getting to the right spot with time to get the right bait in the water by far shows the best outcome. Through out the day when situations arise baits can be switched to give anglers opportunities to catch other species such as mahimahi (dorado), aku (skipjack tuna), shibi (yellowfin under 100 lb.), and Ono (wahoo).For the three quarter day charter, the option for extending fishing hours may be available if an afternoon half day charter is not confirmed.



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HALF DAY CHARTER $550.00

The half day sport fishing charter is a four hour day. There are two departure times for these charters 7:00 am and 2:00 pm.  The estimated time back to the harbor is around 11:00am for the 7am departure and 6pm for the 2am departure. This is one of the great thing about fishing in Hawaii is that in only one mile from the harbor the waters depth could be 500 to 800 feet and within three miles we can be in well over 6,000. That means ours waters get so deep so quick that six and four hour days can still be very productive. When going after blue marlin, striped marlin, short bill marlin, and large tuna time is precious. Getting to the right spot with time to get the right bait in the water by far shows the best outcome. Through out the day when situations arise baits can be switched to give anglers opportunities to catch other species such as mahimahi (dorado), aku (skipjack tuna), shibi (yellowfin under 100 lb.), and Ono (wahoo).For the half day charter, the option for extending fishing hours may be available if an afternoon half day charter is not confirmed.

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